Haramkhor trailer Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi make this rustic love story look fresh:
Right before Nawazuddin Siddiqui takes on Shah Rukh Khan in Raees, we will see him in another power packed role. He stars in Haramkhor, which is all set to release a just a week ahead of Raees, on January 16. The trailer of the film, written and directed by Shlok Sharma, hit the internet today, and it looks every bit of interesting. Set in rural India, the film is an unusual take on love. The film is from the makers of Gangs of Wasseypur, and The Lunchbox, so we indeed have high hopes with it.
Haramkhor stars Shweta Tripathi alongside Nawazuddin. It narrates the story of Nawaz’s charcater who has a crush on much much younger Shweta Tripathi. Also, in the battle of love, is a village kid, who is much younger to Shweta but has a crush on her. The film looks rustic, and yet has a fresh take. Something we never seen before. You would think that this movie would be all serious, but the trailer proves otherwise. Light hearted scenes dominate the trailer of Haramkhor.
Who would believe that this film was shot in mere 16 days? But that is the truth and it is commendable. To finish a movie in that short span of time, it requires the entire unit to work as a team, round the clock, and give their 100 percent. In an era where movies take no less than month or a two, or even a year, Haramkhor aims to stand tall, and says that a crisp script takes you a longer way than lavish production value and an A-lister.
After getting banned by the Central Board of Film Certification, the producers of Haramkhor Anurag Kashyap, Guneet Monga and Feroze Alameer and the director Shlok Sharma along with the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal decided to file a case to get justice. What is it with Anurag and his movies getting in trouble with CBFC? After filing a case against the Central Board of Film Certification a special meeting is created to watch the movie, which results in not only clearing the film but also get U/A certificate.
One of the best scenes in the trailer is where the two kids try to be Salman Khan, or Dabang how they call it. Remember that scene from the hit film where Salman Khan’s biceps and pecks are HULKing out of his shirt? Here is a throwback.
The kids in the film recreate the scene with their sheer creativity to impress a girl in their village.
Hats off to the perfect homage! With this scene the maker perfectly portrays the effect that Salman Khan has on the non-urban audience. And we are sure the scene blends in with the story of the film perfectly.